Saturday, August 27, 2011

Huuricane Irene: MBTA shutting down entire system

Tomorrow, August 28th, 2011, the MBTA will be suspending all services for the entirety of the day due to hurricane Irene.

These services include all lines of the subway, bus service, ferry service, and all MBCR commuter rail service.

The RIDE will only run trips based on the medical nature of the call.

MBTA buses will also be on standby to help with any necessary evacuations.

The T's number one priority this weekend is safety. MBTA crews will be out all day tomorrow monitoring the system making sure that it is ready to open at the start of Monday mornings commute.

The MBTA is following New York's MTA, New Jersey Transit, and the Metro North Railroad in suspending their entire service this weekend.

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